Nembol is the solution to transfer your eBay listings to Amazon, including all the information Amazon will accept.
You can create a free trial Nembol account and give it a try with up to 10 eBay listings to see how it works. When you will need to transfer more than 10 listings or after the expiration of the first 14 days, whatever comes first, you’ll have to sign up for one of our paid plans (starting at $39 /month) to continue using Nembol.
Please note that:
Each of your products or SKUs must have a barcode associated to be published on Amazon, unless you have a barcode exemption from Amazon.
The barcode must be a GS1 UPC or EAN barcode, or an ISBN from ISBN.org, genuinely sourced, otherwise Amazon will reject your listing.
Amazon will not accept right away new or redundant product information. This means that if some other seller before you created that product in Amazon's catalogue, Amazon may or may not accept your content (typically they take some time and they merge content).
If you have a barcode exemption from Amazon, your SKU codes and MPN will still be checked by Amazon for accuracy and coherence.
If you have a barcode exemption OR you are creating a new product in Amazon, you must select in Nembol settings the category where you want that product listed (see screenshot)
Your pictures on eBay will typically be disregarded by Amazon if the product you are publishing is already in their catalogue.
If the product is new, make sure that your pics abide to Amazon picture policy.
If some of your listing fails to pass one of the aspects above, or others that Amazon may impose from time to time, Amazon servers will return an error to Nembol, and Nembol will display the error text to you in each product line (check for the yellow triangle). Read the error and try to fix it, don’t be frustrated.
Give it a try with a few before subscribing for a paid plan. It's easy to try, and let us know how it goes. Amazon is complicated especially at the beginning and may require a little bit of warm up by new sellers. Nembol support team is here to help.